Dr. Zak Bloom

Dr. Zak Bloom, an Oklahoma native, proudly served in the United States Air Force over 10 years. During his military tenure he sustained an injury that would eventually lead him to discovering chiropractic care. After experiencing the profound results chiropractic can deliver he decided it was time to serve his community in the way that his chiropractor served him. While earning his doctorate at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California, Dr. Bloom studied dozens of chiropractic techniques, often in extra curricular/elective seminars and classes, before eventually specializing in prone specific technique, and NUCCA. While maintaining ample proficiency in activator, diversified, and toggle-recoil techniques as well.

 

Dr. Bloom is dedicated to correcting interference in the bodies of his patients, that can lead to several conditions such as and dampen the body’s natural ability to heal. Each person gets personalized chiropractic care, as well as at home recommendations specific to the needs of the individual. 

 

Happy to be home, Dr. Bloom’s mission is to build a happier and healthier community right here in Lawton, and as a veteran himself, he is also passionate about serving active duty and retired veterans at nearby Ft. Sill. 

Meet The Team

Missy
Chiropractic Assistant

Hello my name is Missy! I have lived in Oklahoma my whole life and am currently raising a handsome  little boy and an adorable little girl. Before I worked in a chiropractic office, I knew nothing about chiropractic or the enormous amount of benefits it could bring to my family and I. I have worked in the chiropractic field for almost two years! Since working here, I have gained a lot of knowledge about chiropractic and how it helps people with their everyday lives! From boosting their immune system, to helping their infant over come colic, to also helping patients with neck, back, and extremity pain! I have watched some amazing journeys here and am extremely blessed to continue to watch how chiropractic can impact so many more lives!